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The Conejo Valley Genealogical Society (CVGS) welcomes everyone with an ambition to research family history!  We are here to assist you in your search and to teach you how to find the information you seek.

We have an interesting variety of programs about genealogy at our general meetings.  We also have regular meetings to educate members in genealogical research methods, including use of the computer and the Internet. 
CVGS maintains a large collection of genealogical research materials at the Thousand Oaks Library (http://www.toaks.org/library). We have volunteers available at the Library to aid you in your quest! Check the Library Volunteers Calendar for staffing hours. (Go to Library heading- General Information- Library Volunteer Calendar).

​Thousand Oaks Library officials have notified CVGS the library will be closed until further notice. Follow these instructions on how to use Ancestry.com remotely.

​​Watch a video about our society and
​genealogical collections!


Mission Statement

The Conejo Valley Genealogical Society was established in 1979 to further interest, education, and knowledge in genealogy/history; and to provide fellowship among those interested in these subjects.This non-profit Society serves the Conejo Valley, consisting of Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, and several neighboring communities.

 We are located in the Conejo Valley of Southern California. The Conejo Valley is in the eastern part of Ventura County about 40 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. Our DNA Interest Group meetings, Computer Interest Group meetings, 
General meetings, and Genealogy Tools meetings are all held in the Grant R. Brimhall Library in the city of Thousand Oaks, CA.